“When investing becomes dangerous what are your best choices?” This is the question that the author of today’s article poses – and proceeds to answer from various perspectives. In particular, he highlights advice from Mad Money host Jim Cramer – who recently exclaimed that “This market isn’t just volatile, it’s treacherous” – to pick “individual stocks that are not tied to trade with China, are not tied to the welfare of general economy, and have both high dividend yields and strong financial positions.” For some specific sector and stock recommendations in that regard, CLICK HERE.
Low-priced stocks offer investors – especially more aggressive traders – the opportunity to not only make a decent profit in the event of even relatively small price moves, but also to buy more shares than they would be able to of large-cap stocks. Today’s article highlights five stocks trading under $10 that the authors believe “While more suited for aggressive accounts… could prove exciting additions to portfolios looking for solid alpha potential.” For these five stocks, CLICK HERE.
With some beaten-down foreign markets starting to outperform the U.S. stock market recently, today’s article highlights three high-quality foreign stocks worth considering – and which can be purchased in the U.S., in the form of American Depository Receipts, for zero commission through the Robinhood platform. For these three stocks – including a South African company “that many U.S. investors have never heard of” – CLICK HERE.
After being “locked away with the key thrown away”, as the author of today’s article puts it, the trader’s best friend is back – and she “is celebrating her new found freedom.” That friend’s name? Volatility. For more on what volatility’s lengthy imprisonment (by interventionist central banks) has meant for both traders and investors until recently – and what her return means for both traders and investors going forward – CLICK HERE.
“This situation is perfect for us,” declares the author of today’s article in regards to the fact that, while natural gas prices have soared, the share prices of natural gas producers have not yet moved in kind. He proceeds to examine why this is the case – and highlights one way to profit from the rising prices and demand for natural gas while producers’ stocks are beaten down. For more, CLICK HERE.
Forget the biblical version – the author of today’s article points out that “many more of us risk meeting a different Four Horsemen, those of the Personal Finance Apocalypse.” What does he identify as the “Four Horsemen of the Personal Finance Apocalypse” (including what he describes as “the single most widespread addiction in the US, yet it has no diagnosis, prescription, or rehab center”) – and what steps can you take to beat them? CLICK HERE.
Low-priced stocks offer smaller investors the chance to not only make a tidy profit (as these stocks can provide the largest short-term gains), but also to acquire a higher share count than they would be able to of large and mega-cap stocks. Today’s article highlights five (more) stocks trading under $10 that possess solid upside potential based on price targets from Goldman Sachs. For these five stocks – which may be especially appealing to more aggressive traders – CLICK HERE.
History suggests that stocks are expected to rise over the coming weeks – with small cap stocks expected to outperform. The author of today’s article notes that “The outperformance of the small-caps seems to hold true this year given that these pint-sized stocks are well insulated from international headwinds, which we are currently seeing. These are considered safe and better plays if any political issue or economic turmoil creeps into the picture.” For five small-cap ETFs and five small-cap stocks expected to outperform this holiday season, CLICK HERE.
The author of today’s article calls it “the most exciting part of the growth story of the legal pot market” (a market which is expected to exceed $20 billion by 2020): cannabis-infused beverages. However, when it comes to profiting from this part of the marijuana growth story, he states “I do not like a broad play on the industry such as you would get through the ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF…Instead, I prefer to look for individual opportunities.” For one particular such opportunity he proceeds to highlight, CLICK HERE.
The author of today’s article considers stocks selling for 15 times earnings per share or less to be value territory, stocks selling for 20 times earnings per share or more to be growth territory, and refers to the area in between – the 15-20 range – as “GARP land”, or “growth at a reasonable price”. Every year at this time he identifies a handful of stocks from GARP territory that may be worth a look. For the five stocks on this year’s GARP roster – including “a risky contrarian pick, intensely hated by Wall Street” – CLICK HERE.